So, I’ve been rather silent here. Then again, I haven’t had much to discuss.
I’ve been working quite steadily, doing freelance gigs, and working for the occasional theatre company.
I was able to work with Georgia Shakespeare Festival on a show this fall, and thoroughly enjoyed it. I look forward to working with them again in the future.
I also Had the opportunity to help build a set for Theatre du Reve’s production of The Red Balloon. This was a very educational experience and one I won’t forget for a while.
For those of you wondering (are there any of you? I can’t tell.) my Palm Pre Plus finally kicked it to the degree that I felt very compelled to get a new phone. The speaker died, it split in half, and it was generally rather slow. After thinking long and hard, and examining my usage habits, I came to realize that phones in my possession must not have any moving parts (i.e. a sliding keyboard, a flipping out keyboard/keypad, anything swivelly, etc). I then set out looking at phones that had the features I wanted (internet, email, physical keyboard, and preferably mobile hotspot) and discovered I would have to devote myself to the cult of crackberry, or get the Motorola Droid Pro. I chose the latter since the iPhone had not yet come out for Verizon (which still lacks a physical keyboard and thereby is disqualified anyway) and it had the mobile hotspot feature, which the blackberries all seem to lack. I’ve had it for 2 months now, and with the recent port of Word with Friends to android (username: fimion), my experience with this phone has been very pleasant, though I do miss my webOS card switching.
I have been slowly pruning down my friends list on facebook. I was up somewhere in the mid 300′s and have gotten it down to 224ish. I shall continue to work at this bit by bit, because I don’t feel that I need to be facebook friends with everyone I’ve ever met. There’s only a few I see regularly and that are actually close to me, and if they need to know something, they will be told.
I think that’s all for now. Need to finish a few things. Get things in order.